Many people utilize Facebook to stay in touch and to share what is going on in their lives.
Celebrating beating cancer, the British woman wanted to inspire women diagnosed with breast cancer. “I took breast cancer and the mastectomy in my stride and decided it wasn’t going to stop me living my life. It wasn’t going to define who I was, and it didn’t make me any less attractive as a woman.”
She posted professionally taken pictures of her mastectomy, two weeks after the surgery. ”But, Jackson received a notice from Facebook explaining that some of her content had been taken down because it violated the company’s policy regarding nudity,” according to the Huffington Post.
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In this electronic new age, we come together quickly with posted photo and word. Is that a bad thing? Do you think sharing decreases fear and anxiety? Where do you stand on this issue?